BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baseball season may be over for the Orioles, but manager Buck Showalter will be back in action at Camden Yards this weekend.

Jessica Kartalija explains he and hundreds of others will run for KidsPeace–an organization supporting foster care.

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On Halloween morning, Angela and Buck Showalter will join hundreds for their annual Trick Or Trot 5K and walk for KidsPeace–an organization supporting foster care families.

“I can’t imagine kids going through life with no parents and feeling so alone,” his wife, Angela Showalter said. “Can you imagine navigating through life with your only possessions in a garbage bag?”

Hundreds of runners will get the chance to take the field at Camden Yards, raising funds and awareness for an important cause.

“Kids who are in foster care will age out at 21, so KidsPeace also prepares those kids to face life on their own,” Showalter said. “KidsPeace recruits them, trains them, licenses them and supports them throughout their term of service to our kids.”

Foster parents like Tina Miller.

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“I became a foster parent because I have friends and relatives in the foster care system,” Miller said. “My heart went out to them after hearing how they were treated and moved from home to home.”

The race starts bright and early at 8 a.m. Saturday. If you haven’t sign up yet–there’s still time.

“You can come tomorrow dressed up or as yourself, or you can come as your favorite Oriole,” said Gina Seyfried, race director.

There will be a part and special prizes for everyone who participates.

Angela Showalter has a personal connection with foster care. When she was growing up, her parents fostered children who needed a home.

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The 5K race and walk is Saturday morning. Fore more information, CLICK HERE.